Just yesterday we were blessed with a new teaser for Ridley Scott’s upcoming film Prometheus, and it was a glorious event. But that glimpse clocked in at just barely over a minute.
Today we get a fresh trailer straight from its premiere at WonderCon where Scott joined Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender and Damon Lindelof in what was most likely the sexiest panel to grace a WonderCon stage since Joel Silver and Hilary Swank previewed The Reaping in 2007. They didn’t take any relevant questions and offered little in the way of more information, but per EW Scott did tease a little something.
“If we’re lucky, there will be a second part of this. The film does leave you with some nice big open questions.”
Have a seat. Prepare to smile uncontrollably. And check out the new trailer below.
Did you see that man-sized space jockey-looking son of a bitch in the recliner breathing at the 2:13 mark? Difficult to say if its chest is actually moving or I’m simply hallucinating in a cloud of awesomeness, but sweet Jesus is this exciting. The entire trailer essentially forces your eyes to stay open so as not to miss a single frame.
Expect to see this trailer again in December when we round up the best ones of the year. It will most likely be ranked at the top of the list.
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